Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has an absolutely great camera on offer, from 16MP rear camera with sensor behind a wide f/1.9 aperture, plus optical image stabilization to auto real-time HDR. This guide will show you how to use your Note 5 camera to the fullest to take great photos.
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1. Use Galaxy Note 5 Camera Quick Launch
You can press the home button twice and quickly anytime you need to launch Galaxy Note 5 Camera app quickly. It is an instantaneous action taking about one second to launch, and you'll be ready to capture great photos.
Before using the Camera Quick Launch option, you should enable it on your phone first. Open the Camera app and tap in the cog icon to open the Camera Settings menu. Toggle the Quick Launch switch On.
2. Use Voice Commands to Control Galaxy Note 5 Camera
With Voice Control turned on in the settings, you can say "Cheese", "Capture", "Smile"or "Shoot" to take a photo and "Record video" to record a video.
Open the Camera app, and go to Camera Settings. Toggle the Voice Control option On to enable the voice control.
3. Use Galaxy Note 5 Camera Auto HDR
The HDR mode on your Galaxy Note5 simultaneously captures fine details in both shadows and highlights, creating shots that are high contrast, saturated and sharp. You can enable the setting on in the camera's settings screen. We recommend leaving "auto HDR" on in most situations.
4. Use Selfie Mode
Using Selfie mode, you can take self-portraits with the front camera. Open the Camera app and switch to the front facing camera. When you're ready for your selfie, simply touch the heart rate sensor located at the back of your phone, below the main camera, to capture the photo.
5. Save Photos in RAW Format in Galaxy Note 5
For advanced users, Galaxy Note 5 can save photos in RAW format. This means you have the full freedom to edit the photos after they are taken. You are not limited to effects and filters.
There are also a lot of modes in Galaxy Note 5's camera we haven't cover in this post, such as slow motion, live broadcast, pro mode and more. Users can held into these modes and tap the info button for a detailed breakdown of each mode, how it works, and what it does.
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